How do I get garlic butter off microfiber? It's the mostly oil stuff that comes with pizza! By the time I found it my son had tried to remove it with Prestone Interior Cleaner.
ShannonPG from Bowling Green, KY
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Dannette from Spring Lake, MI
You could try cornstarch. Sprinkle it on and let it sit, it will absorb the grease. Vacuum off and repeat. (02/22/2007)
After you have done with corn starch (or you could use dusting powder...) Try spraying on K2R - which is a combination powder/liquid dry cleaning spray.
Editor's Note: Because Microfiber is not a natural fiber, make sure you check on the K2R bottle to make sure it is safe on that kind of fabric. (02/23/2007)